The Little Jetties is a very popular spot for kayakers and those fishing from the shore. Known locally as The Little Jetties, this spots actual name was changed to Helen Cooper Floyd Park back in 1999. There is a fishing pier here, but it is rather small and can get crowded. Most people find a spot on the rocks or somewhere on the shoreline.
Whether you’re new to Jacksonville or just rather go fishing with an experienced captain, Jacksonville has some of the best fishing charters. These experienced captains make fishing fun and enjoyable for the entire family.
The redfish in the shallows are really doing good. Catches of 10 to 28 slot-sized fish on each trip are making news. Remember, the new bag limit for Florida redfish started February 1st is 2 redfish per person per day, 8 per boat maximum, (so if there is 5 of you then you on board a boat you cannot keep over 8). No more closed season on spotted sea trout and the limit has been raised to 6 per person per day, same slot size as before. Reds in the shallows during the calm wind days are showing themselves everywhere.
The Arlington Road Boat Ramp is located in the Arlington Area and provides access to the St. Johns River. Once used as a ferry service, the Arlington Road boat ramps was converted sometime in the ’60s for recreational use. This Jacksonville boat ramp offers 2 lane ramps, a floating dock, and about 10-13 trailer parking spots. The Arlington Road boat ramp offers easy access to very the St. Johns River, Arlington River, Trout River, and Little Pottsburg Creek.